The Saturday Evening Post, November 19, 1960 *A VISIT WITH ROBERT FROST / PERRY COMO*

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Features: Twilight of the great beasts - Africa's wildlife is disappearing - photo of dead rhino and smashed car after collision (large clipping from the first page of this article); A visit with Robert Frost - at 86, the great poet of New England is as perceptive as ever; I call on Perry Como (part 2 of 3) - Perry's candid view of the new generation of singers - and of the songs they sing; First Lady of the Funnies - Dale Messick is the 'mamma' of Brenda Starr; Dreamers on the Payroll - physicist William Thaler and his staff are used by the Navy to 'dream freely' to produce that one idea in fifty which might be useful; The Wondrous Outer Banks of North Carolina; Nice colour ad for the Chrysler Imperial, "America's Most Carefully Built Car." Nice color Cadillac ad. Ad clipped from page 61 - text unaffected. Above-average wear.